Miami Heat Need A New Coach for TMZ Lifestyle…And No, It’s Not Pat Riley

November 30th, 2010 by Pat DeCola Leave a reply »
That’s it. 

The Heat need a new coach.

And it’s pretty obvious that there’s only one person familiar with the situation that can just step in and sort this whole mess out.

He’s in his 60s, sports short gray hair with traces of youthful black and has spent plenty of time in LA.

Clearly, the man needed for the job is TMZ-founder Harvey Levin.

(Oh, did you think I was referring to Pat Riley? Not the case. I suppose Levin could bring him on board to hand out Bling H20 to the players, though. That is what they drink on the bench, right?)

The final straw came on Saturday in a 106-95 loss to the Mavs.

By now, you’ve all seen it over million times and counting.

And if you haven’t, well ladies and gentlemen, I now present to you without further ado:

“The Bump”.

With just one potentially accidental shoulder nudge from the always-courteous LeBron James, Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra had the last strands of coaching DNA instantly eviscerated from his genetic makeup right before our eyes, again and again, thanks to t ...

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